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In This Time​

Mark Coggins, It's All good,

2020, archival pigment print,

Copyright © the artist.

In This Time is a juried exhibition for the Carnegie’s Lobby Galleries that explores creative responses to the current state of our communities, our nation and our world. 42 works by 23 artists were accepted. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, prints, pastels, photographs, ceramics, and mixed media works.


Throughout history, artists have confronted, examined and responded to the issues of their moment. Today, the crises that are actively defining this time — from quarantine to climate change, from social justice to economic uncertainty— fundamentally impact our lives.


Stella Beratlis, Modesto Poet Laureate & author of Alkali Sink: Poems

Lisa McDermott, Director, Carnegie Arts Center

Artists included in the exhibition:

Ann Bailey (Turlock)

Dana Bilello-Barrow (Foresthill)

Mark Coggins (San Francisco)

Randy Crimmel (Modesto)

Barbara Gill (Modesto)

Richard Gomez (Merced)

Chella Gonsalves (Modesto)

Don Hall (Turlock)

Angela Harmon (Murphys)

Annie Hopkins Milne (Los Angeles)

Linda Knoll (Modesto)

Jay Levy (El Cerrito)

Carolyn Lord (Livermore)

Amy Morgan (Clovis)

Christine Obers (Mariposa)

Michelle Park (Turlock)

Vivian Patton (Groveland)

Bradley Pultz (Escalon)

Carla Rajnus (Oakhurst)

Liese Ricketts (Homewood, IL)

Michael Souza (Turlock)

Henrietta Sparkman (Modesto)

Christopher Viney (Atwater)


Best of Show

Petro Relic, Carolyn Lord (Livermore), Oil on panel


Awards of Merit

What's Next?, Chella Gonsalves (Modesto), Acrylic on canvas

Epochalypse Now, Don Hall (Turlock), Pastel on Paper

Honorable Mentions

Community Spread 1, Anne Bailey (Turlock), Acrylic on canvas

American Shield - Red v. Blue - Blue v. Red, Randy Crimmel (Modesto), Ceramic

All the Beautiful Colors, Linda Knoll (Modesto), Mixed media on paper

A California Story (Interrupted), Michelle Park (Turlock), Embroidered cloth with mixed media on wood

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